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What we do....

Since 2012, Lost Pets of Chatham-Kent, with the help and support of the community, has been helping owners and their lost pets find each other again.

We understand that pets can go missing for a multitude of reasons and getting them home is all that matters. Chatham-Kent is home to so many animal lovers that our posts are shared by thousands of followers.

If there is one thing that we have learned over the years, it is that the power of social media and networking can bring a dog, cat, bird or any other pet back home in an impressively short amount of time.

Now in 2020 we have 8,0​00+ community followers that help us create wonderful Success Stories!




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C​ha​tham-Kent Success Stories!


Rosie went missing from her home in Chatham on May 19/2020. Another LPof CK community member reached out with a lost dog and they were connected with Rosie's owner! From the time of posting to the time she was home safe it was only 16 minutes! 

Princess and Daisy

These two went on a ride without asking for permission on June 14, 2020 near Tupperville. After being post to LPof CK they were recognized. After being kept safe at a nearby property, they were picked up and are home safe! 


Play is an indoor cat that went missing from his Tilbury home May 16, 2020. On July 4 a resident from Ridgetown reached out about a cat that had been hanging around their home. After connecting the two people it turns out it was Play! He is now home safe where he belongs. No one knows how she got there. 

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When we lost our cat, this was the first place I mess​aged. Our cat's picture was posted quickly and within a day a family called saying they saw our cat. Then 2 days late​r they called to tell us they had him and we could come pick him up!  We are so thankful for this group and the people that check it. 

Alisha Powell Walters - March 2020

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